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meaning: "Iberian intermediate bird"
Named By: J. L. Sanz & J. F. Bonaparte in 1992
Time Period: Early Cretaceous, 125 Ma
Location: Spain, Cuenca Province - Calizas de La Huerguina Formation
Size: About 20 centimetres wingspan
Diet: Uncertain
Fossil(s): Holotype (LH-22) of a partial post cranial skeleton. Addiitonal remains of a left foot (LH-8200) added in 1994. Skull unknkown
Classification: | Chordata | Aves | Ornithothoraces | Enantiornithes | Iberomesornithiformes | Iberomesornithidae |

Iberomesornis ("Spanish intermediate bird") is a monotypic genus of enantiornithine bird of the Cretaceous of Spain.

Read more about Iberomesornis at Wikipedia
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